Brochures about the features at Point Lobos
Welcome to Point Lobos: A general overview of Point Lobos animals, plants, and rules. This brochure is also printed in other languages (see below.)
Observation Checklist: A checklist of plants and animals that children can use for a “treasure hunt”
Whalers Cabin: A brief cultural history of Point Lobos, which you can learn more about by visiting our Whalers Cabin and Whaling Station museums
South Plateau Trail Guide: A guide to numbered posts along the trail, giving the names of the plants seen at each location. Note: this guide is currently out-of-date
Cypress Grove Trail: A handy guide to the Cypress Grove Trail, telling what may be seen at ten stops along the trail.
Tide Pools: A full-color brochure about life in the intertidal zones at Weston Beach, and handy tips on how to explore tide pools safely and without harming the intertidal species.
Sea Otter: Fascinating facts about this charismatic Point Lobos resident species.
Whales: Useful information about the whales commonly spotted off Point Lobos, with tips on when and where to see them.
The Rocks of Point Lobos State Reserve: Describes the two kinds of bedrock that create the beautiful Point Lobos coastline, and unusual rock features including trace fossils and concretions.
Birds of Point Lobos: A photo guide to the birds you can see at Point Lobos. (Prints better on legal-size paper, then tri-fold.)
Don't Feed the Animals: A California State Parks brochure giving the reasons why you should not feed the wild animals.
Welcome brochures (also printable) with interesting facts about Point Lobos, in many languages:
Arabic/(al arabiya) العربية
Vietnamese/tiếng việt (㗂越)